View Full Version : Monsters Of Rock -- Karlsruhe, Germany -- September 1st, 1984

09-01-2009, 07:03 AM


Knock 'Em Dead, Kid
Shout At The Devil
10 Seconds To Love
Piece Of Your Action
Red Hot
Looks That Kill
Live Wire
Helter Skelter


Fast As A Shark
Love Child
Turn Me On
Princess Of The Dawn
-Guitar Solo-
Son Of A Bitch
London Leatherboys
Balls To The Wall


Rockin' Every Night
Wishing Well
Murder In The Skies
Shapes Of Things
Victims Of The Future
Empty Rooms
-Guitar Solo-
Rockin' And Rollin'


Stand Up And Shout
One Night In The City
Holy Diver
-Drum Solo-
Heaven And Hell Pt. 1
-Guitar Solo-
The Last In Line
Heaven And Hell Pt. 2
Rainbow In The Dark
Man On The Silver Mountain Pt. 1
Long Live Rock'n'Roll
Man On The Silver Mountain Pt. 2
Mob Rules


I Don't Know
Mr. Crowley
Rock And Roll Rebel
Bark At The Moon
Revelation Mother Earth
Steal Away The Night
Journey To The Center Of Eternity
-drum solo-
Flying High Again
Iron Man
Crazy Train


Hot For Teacher
-Drum Solo-
On Fire
Runnin' With The Devil
Little Guitars
House Of Pain
-Bass Solo-
I'll Wait
Everybody Wants Some
Pretty Woman
1984 / Jump
-Guitar Solo-
You Really Got Me Pt. 1
Happy Trails
You Really Got Me Pt. 2


Guns For Hire
Shoot To Thrill
Sin City
Back In Black
Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution
Bad Boy Boogie
Flick Of The Switch
Hell's Bells
The Jack
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Highway To Hell
Whole Lotta Rosie
Let There Be Rock
For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)

09-01-2009, 08:25 AM
A drum solo two songs in? :lol: Bad move.

Pretty solid lineup otherwise. Also I think this is the first time AC/DC started playing Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap live.

Travis The Dragon
09-03-2009, 05:42 PM
Motley Crue opening for all those bands? I thought they were much more popular than that by then.

09-03-2009, 06:11 PM
Motley Crue opening for all those bands? I thought they were much more popular than that by then.

No matter what year it is Crue will ALWAYS open for bands like VH, Ozzy and AC/DC. Dio was also way more popular at this time Holy Diver and The Last In Line were huge albums for him. This was during Shout At The Devil and Motley Crue were just starting to take off. Things didn't really get huge for them until the next album with Home Sweet Home.

Accept also had a huge hit at that time with Balls To The Walls. I'm not sure about Gary Moore i don't know his stuff at all.